Brave new women podcast

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48

Rebeca Gonzales

Rebeca is a fire-fighter for the State of Jalisco on the west coast of Mexico. She trained with the Fulton Hot Shot Type 1 brigade in California, one of the toughest fire brigades in the world, coord

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Showcasting Latam Environmentalists: Rebeca Gonzales

Rebeca is a fire-fighter for the State of Jalisco on the west coast of Mexico.  She trained with the Fulton Hot Shot Type 1 brigade in California, one of the toughest fire brigades in the world, coordinated and carried out the first course for women on forest fire and created the first all-woman forest fire brigade. She talks about her experience as a woman fire fighter and why she created the all-woman fire brigade.

This mini-series, interviews of women conservationists from Latin America, was created with the help of Erin Hicks of the Centre for Protected Area Management at Colorado State University.  
You can find out more about the Centre for Protected Area Management and the great work they are doing with people who work in conservation all over the world here:  https://warnercnr.colostate.edu/cpam/

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Rebeca Gonzales

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